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I’m very excited to have some successful presentations under my belt, HORSE SENSE: Authenticity-Alignment-Intention-Magic!! There’s a line of people wanting to talk with me afterward each time I present so hearts are being touched. The horses taught me that using their language with people builds trust, confidence and authentic communication while deepening relationships in work and home. Please share this with your friends, bosses and co-workers – I’d love to visit you
You will roar with laughter, cry in empathy and rejoice in the profound understanding of the Language of the Horse.
HORSE SENSE: Authenticity-Alignment-Intention-Magic is a fun, interactive, entertaining and enrapturing presentation that engages you and your group in how the language of the horse enriches and empowers our communication between one another whether in business or personal relationships. I weave hysterical and sad tales of horses while guiding you and your group through the tapestry of authentic communication utilizing the Language of the Horse.
You will be inspired and deeply touched while expanding your abilities to effectively communicate with people in a profound way. If you need a Key Note Speaker for your group, event or personal gathering call me 888-406-7689. Let’s get together and have some fun.
Visit my website MissyWryn.com to learn more about spending time at the Zen Barn with the horses – No Experience Required!!
The Starting Under Saddle Zen Horse Training documentary video series demonstrates a level of communication and leadership that upends the mainstream culture of dominance horse training. It reveals the hidden nature in both horse and human the core emotional concerns we share that connect us with these gentle giants.
Though horses can be dangerous, this video series teaches how the simple understanding of herd language can defuse a charging horse into a gentle creature looking to the human as their leader. And the neat thing about learning the language of the horse is it carries over into our human interactions deepening authentic relationships with one another.
Once the Starting Under Saddle Zen Horse Training video series is complete it will be available for FREE online viewing. This is a Kickstarter project with 13 days left to fund. If you are interested in learning more about this project or the great Backer Deals visit http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2124068911/starting-under-saddle-zen-horse-training or call me 888-406-7689.
Wishing you a lovely day, bug hugs to YOU.
A young Saddlebred/Arab gelding arrived at my barn sweaty and visibly shaken after a three hour drive where he had been taken from the only herd he knew from the time of birth. The horse was naturally bewildered as he stepped out of the trailer, but his new owner gently led him into his stall and pasture where his barn mate was an older Thoroughbred mare. The young gelding was underweight and had the looks of a two year old though he’s five with long legs and a goose rump with a hunters bump all ready. The new owner was told he was an easy keeper (doesn’t eat a lot), and had extensive ground training, but it became quickly apparent that this gelding was starving while he ate as much as his TB neighbor, and seemed to have little to no respect for humans as he tried to attack the new owner. By attack I mean lunging at his new owner with aggressive behavior trying to bite her with ears back, but not pinned once she started working with him.
I agreed to assist the owner in her training so she could better train her new horse, but once I realized and experienced for myself his aggressive behavior I became very concerned that she had made a mistake in purchasing this otherwise pretty horse. The first time I flexed his head to bond he tried to bite me so I immediately responded with a flick on the nose and driving him backwards with a ssshhhhhhh sound and stern look. I waited for his submission which didn’t come readily. As I began to lunge him I declared my space with the gelding, controlling his feet and each time he lunged at me got him more work on the lead line. I coached the owner on controlling his feet to invoke is natural instinct to recognize her as his herd leader and encouraged that “he’ll have a breakthrough, just stay consistent” was my advice.
As I watched the horse and owner I noticed he had a sense of playful “gonna gitcha” kind of attitude puffing up trying to tag and play, ah ha that was it – he’s trying to play, he’s trying to play tag just like he would with another horse, but he doesn’t have any playmates since he’s new to the herd – the breakthrough was mine!!! I stopped the horse and owner and explained what he was trying to do. I pointed out that his ears aren’t pinned, his teeth are not baring, he’s just trying to play so I advised to set him free and play with him at liberty. I demonstrated how to play while maintaining a safe distance letting her horse say all he had to say so long as it wasn’t in her territory. Once her horse got all he had to say out and she listened and played, then he was ready to pay attention and respect her on the end of the lead rope.
Not all aggression is bad behavior, sometimes it is playful and we must recognize when a horse is telling us they want to play and we must allow them to.
Training the Whole Horse Video Series is FREE to watch now Online at my website
PLUS the Clinic Highlights video is available too!!
I have decided that sharing my videos freely is more important in these times when people are seeking authentic relationships with their horses while trying to afford the care and management. Between my horse training videos and my HorseMAREship™ methodology I not only teach how to train horses using instinctual body language without force, bits or devices, but I also teach cost savings horse care that can reduce your feed bill and veterinarian costs. It’s a fact that pain and dis-ease affects your horse’s behavior, so simply training is often ineffective when there’s an underlying issue to behavior problems. Training the Whole Horse® video series addresses the WHOLE horse. When your horse can trust you and is free from pain, your relationship deepens authentically – your dream horse emerges.
Big hugs to ALL